Meet The Girl That Became A Millionaire At Age 8 By Winning Nigeria Got Talent.
Popular Nigeria youngest kid dancer amarachi Uyanne was born on the 17th July 2004 in the state of Asaba. She also originates from there and started her dancing career there also at a very tender age.
Amarachi is not only a dancer but a violinist, recording artiste, singer, performing artiste and also a songwriter.
She has completed her primary education but still in her secondary school level.
Amarachi in 2012 won first Nigeria Got Talent Hunt Show and dancing competition organised by Airtel Nigeria she won a total sum of Ten million naira from it and it was this prize that made her the youngest millionaire at the age of 8 then.
She released her first music dance video a year after, which went so viral that the video was watched and adored by organizations overseas and made them come to seek for her to get her to advertise their brands for them.
She also released another music dance video that phyno featured in, in the year 2016. This also increased her fame and popularity. Today almost every Nigerian citizen knows who amarachi is including the vice president of this country. She is regarded as African best kid dancer.
She is one of the richest teenagers in Nigeria and most popular kid dancer in Nigeria and her worth is over 40million Naira.
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